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November Scorpio WILD Women Project Circle - Tiny Revolutions: Rebirth

Cycles of life, death, and rebirth are the constant in our life here on Earth, both personally and collectively, inside and out. Every time we make a change, the old way of being dies. This Moon Cycle, we will get intimate with what is dying and what is being born in ourselves and in the world.

THEME: Tiny Revolutions: Rebirth, a Wild Women Project Circle for the New Moon in Scorpio

WHAT TO EXPECT: "New moon" refers to the time when the moon is in conjunction with the sun and therefore, invisible from earth. This is a potent time for reflection and intuition. Each circle is an opportunity for us to slow down, breathe deeply, and center in so that we can hear the voice of our inner wisdom. Expect some information on the astrology for the current moon cycle and our concurrent theme, an opportunity for meditation and energetic connection to the theme, and time for sharing. My desire is to hold space for us to experience new insights, sense new movement, and cultivate creative potential in our individual and collective lives.

WHO ARE THESE CIRCLES FOR? Our circles are open to anyone who identifies as female, trans, non-binary, gender expansive, femme, gender non-conforming, queer, or gender creative. Note: These circles are not designed with cis-gender males in mind. Cis-males may only attend circle with the permission of Wild Moon Atlanta.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Please wear comfortable clothing. We will be sitting or reclining for much of our time together. Please bring a journal, pen, a blanket/pillow or other cozy items, and your favorite kombucha, juice, or still/sparkling water. Tea and a light snack (usually something with chocolate) will be available at the venue.

LOCATION: Seed to Star Collective

EVENT LED BY: Kelly Benning of Wild Moon Atlanta

TICKETS/PRICING: $20, limited spots available. Please register through Eventbrite. All registrations are no refunds/exchanges/transfers, and 10% of proceeds will be donated to support an organization aimed at social or environmental justice.